Tag Archives: PDQ#

Skinning My First 4e Party: Converting DnD characters to PDQ#

I apologize that this has been a while coming, but here are some sample 4e D&D characters converted into PDQ# format and ready for story-rich, rules-light adventuring. If you like airships and especially if you like Eberron, Swashbucklers of the … Continue reading

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DnD-inspired, Story-rich PDQ# Characters

Last time, I introduced the idea of running rules-light D&D-style campaigns using PDQ#. Here is how to easily transpose characters from 4e to PDQ#. If you’ve ever wanted to incorporate thrilling nautical, airship, or mass combat action in 4e, these … Continue reading

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DnD Light, Story rich with PDQ#

There was some talk on Twitter last week about simplicity and complexity in RPGs, and making 4e D&D accessible to new players. Here’s an option on the simple end of the spectrum. I ran a game of a spin-off vignette … Continue reading

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Braving the Depths of the Dice Pool – PDQ#

I finally cracked open my copy of Swashbucklers of the 7 Skies that I came with Diaspora and SotC in an excellently priced bundle during Evil Hat‘s February sale. Pressed for time, I admired the depth, breadth, and tone of the … Continue reading

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